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Howard educators ask Hogan to spend more on schools
Howard educators ask Hogan to spend more on schools

Howard County school system officials teamed up with the teachers' union and community groups Wednesday to call on Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan to free up nearly $3 million in state funding for Howard schools in his final spending plan for next fiscal year.  The county joins a growing chorus of voices -- including the state's teachers' union, the Maryland Association of Counties and Montgomery County education leaders -- pressing Hogan not to withhold a total of $68 million that could be spent on students and teachers.  In Howard, County Executive Allan Kittleman has promised to plug the potential gap in state funding by providing $2.8 million for the school...

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